Lake Bera

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Lake Bera, measuring approximately 35km long and 20km wide, is the largest natural freshwater lake in Penisular Malaysia. It is also Malaysia's first Ramsar site, a recognition given to wetland areas for its international importance in nature conservation.

Nature enthusiats will be thriled to discover nearly 328 species of flora, 200 species of birds, 50 mammals and more than 95 species of fish in the lake area.

Enjoy a river safari or go trekking to catch sight of monkeys and flying squirrels. A boat ride around the lake will be a memorable experience as the boatsmen skilfully navigate through the maze of vegetation. Visit the Semelai tribe to watch their interesting method of collecting resin from Keruing trees. Lake Bera is situated 163km from Kuantan.